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When all your ideas for a given project begin to come together and you feel you are ready to move on from the planning stage, you must have a series of specific technical drawings that reflect this. These will be what you show to the client to let them visualise with some accuracy what the final result will be. They will also want to help you to make decisions about changing the plans. Creating accurate drawings using computer generation will help to highlight and refine areas of your plan that are in need of improvement.
When you start to think about any project in spatial design you should undertake extensive research to determine the best possible conclusion for all parties involved. You must examine the context your design is located in, determine the personality and character of your client – what will make them happy? – and undertake a survey of the proposed site to give you more of an idea of the shape and scale of the project you are about to undertake.
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